Research Scientist (Postdoc) Position in Nuclear Physics at RIKEN: RIKEN Cluster for Pioneering Research High Energy Nuclear Physics Laboratory invites online applications from eligible PhD holder strongly motivated for filling up the vacant Research Scientist (Postdoc) (20W28) Position in Nuclear Physics. This project leading experimental projects for nuclear and hadron physics at GSI/FAIR in Germany and at HIAF in China in directive to investigate the nature of hadrons and the fundamental interaction acting among them.
About the Position: Selected candidates will play a leading role in the research and the development for the nuclear and hadron physics projects at GSI/FAIR in Germany and HIAF in China as well as at J-PARC and RIBF in Japan, that are led and promoted by the High Energy Nuclear Physics Laboratory of RIKEN.
Total Vacancies: 1 Position
Position: Research Scientist (20W28)
Team Leader: Takehiko Saito
Place for posting: RIKEN Wako Branch, 2-1 Hirosawa, Wako, Saitama 351-0198, Japan.
Salary: According to agreement
Closing Date: April 21, 2020 (Japan time).
Educational qualifications: Interested candidates should have doctoral degree in nuclear and hadron physics with relevant experience and knowledge.
How to apply: Interested and eligible applicants may send their applications online through the given link by or before April 21, 2020 (Japan time) along with CV (with photo and email address), List of research achievements, Lists of external funds received, awards received, and other achievements, Copies of up to five most important publications, Summary of previous studies and Contact information of two referees.
Contact Address: Dr. Takehiko Saito (Chief Scientist), Email: takehiko.saito [at] riken.jp
|Subject areas||computational science/Physics|
|Salary||According to agreement|
|Eligibility||PhD. in relevant subject|
|Deadline||April 21, 2020 (Japan time).|
For more information: For detailed announcement and instructions for submission of application, eligibility requirements, other terms and conditions, please visit the link given below.